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Discover Slovakia

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Martin Huzvar

on 4 February 2015

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Transcript of Discover Slovakia

Discover Slovakia
Nature
Carpathian mountain range
Tatras - 29 peaks < 2500 m
9 national parks
hundreds of caves - 15 open
~ 130 castles

2011 - 2nd fastest GDP growth
attractive country for foreign investors
industry sectors:
car manufacturing
electrical engineering
IT security
Easter
Industry
"The European Detroit"
Culture
&
Traditions
World famous Slovaks
Jozef Murgas - telegraphy
Jan Bahyl - helicopter
Stefan Banic - parachute
2 astronauts
2 Nobel Prize holders
Moric Benovsky - king of Madagascar
Sports
Hokey WC - 2002 - 1st
- 2000, 2012 - 2nd
- 2003 - 3rd
Hokey players (Gaborik, Hossa, Chara...)
Tennis (Hantuchova)
Swimming (Moravcova)
Canoeing (Martikan, brothers Hochschorner)
Bike cycling (Sagan)
winter
vs
summer
Fujara & valaska
Sheep cheese products
Folk dance

Population
: 5,43 mil.

Parliamentary
republic

Main ethnic groups
: Slovaks, Hungarians, Roma, Czechs, Rusyns

Part of
EU
since 2004 and Eurozone since 2009

Religion
: Roman Catholic
Slovak crowns
(Slovenska koruna)
Caves
Bratislava
Čičmany
What else can you see in Slovakia?
Castles
Basic Characteristics
Slovak traditional food
Wild life
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